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... the beaches so we went and had a look. On the way there we noticed a lot of people on bikes and large pedestrian walk ways and bike lanes everywhere. We found a lot of pick up drop off bike points which seemed to be used a lot. We found out that these were just for locals which was a shame.
We got too the beach and took off our jandels so we could walk along the water. The water was fairly calm except for right on shore where the beach ...
We left Lourdes at 7.30 today for the very long drive to Madrid over 500 km. the country was beautiful with much farming very flat country. We crossed the Pyrenees through a series of tunnels paying many tolls.
There is no border control anymore so no problem crossing. Spain has population of 43 million it is 24C when we arrive.
We passed through Pamplona where they have the running of bulls arriving about 4.30. At our hotel
Tonight we took the optional extra ...
... home grounds was perfect. I enjoyed the guides commentary on Goya and how his life evolved and why and how he became such a brilliant artist. After a quick break went on to see Picasso at the Museum Sofia, which is an old hospital building beautifully restored and holds only 20 c art.
Then a walk back to hotel via the gardens and of course a tapas bar.
This is truly a beautiful city but I suspect it has grown ...
... to bring back for people at work.
... to make room for our little crew. Similar to a shopping centre, you needed to enter 2 sets of glass doors before getting inside and as we did I was really surprised by how loud it was in there! The music was blaring!
We stayed there having drinks and chats until around 3am when Dane, Tess and I decided to head off. We were about a 10 minute walk from our hostel and were looking forward to picking up a tasty treat on the way home. Thinking that we'd be faced with a multitude of ...